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    More On: meghan mccain ‘The View’ wanted to avoid having ‘another Meghan McCain’ at the table Prince Harry was ‘unqualified’ to speak at United Nations: royal expert Meghan McCain slams Elon Musk, Nick Cannon’s ‘impregnate the planet’ mentality Meghan McCain defends ‘good friend’ Erika Jayne: ‘I believe her’ Meghan McCain revealed that Joy Behar served as the ultimate catalyst to quit “The View.” The former morning show co-host explained on “The Commentary Magazine Podcast” Thursday that Behar’s response to her returning from maternity leave in January 2021 after giving birth to her daughter, Liberty, made her realize the job was not worth it. “I finally went back to the show, and the day I went back to the show, Joy Behar said on air, ‘Nobody missed you, we didn’t miss you, you shouldn’t have come back,'” McCain, 37, recalled. “And I just … I started hysterically crying. Sorry gentlemen, I know, I started lactating on air, and I started crying.” McCain said she went back to her office and threw up before calling her brother, who convinced her to...
    THE VIEW alum Meghan McCain has revealed the cruel comment Joy Behar said on-air which made her quit the show. The conservative panelist walked away from the daytime program in July 2021. 5Meghan McCain has revealed why she quit The View last yearCredit: THE VIEW/ABC 5It was a cruel jibe from Joy Behar that triggered her decisionCredit: THE VIEW/ABC Speaking on The Commentary Magazine Podcast, Meghan, 37, revealed the final straw for her was a comment made by her co-host Joy, 79, live on-air. It came after Meghan had been away from The View on paternity leave following the birth of daughter, Liberty. The Republican author said: “ I finally went back to the show, and the day I went back to the show, Joy Behar said on air, ‘Nobody missed you, we didn’t miss you, you shouldn’t have come back.’ “And I just… I started hysterically crying. Sorry gentlemen, I know, I started lactating on air and I started crying." Read more on The ViewNEW VIEW The View fans furious after Alyssa Farah Griffin ‘hired as new host’MEGHAN THEM...
    Meghan McCain got candid about her time on The View during a recent podcast interview. “The View is tricky because it’s kind of like having an ex-boyfriend that everyone knows you broke up with. And everyone — people are just curious, cuz it’s like such an iconic show and I get it,” McCain said while seaking with TV producer Carlos King on his podcast Reality with The King. McCain went on to say it that while it was a “privilege to be on for four years,” she has “moved on” from The View.  “I don’t watch the show at all. It doesn’t really enter my lexicon,” she said. “I don’t watch anymore and it’s too weird. It would be too weird to watch, but, um, I don’t miss it. And I think it’s because I had such a hard time. My last season, it was a really rough time in my life.” She then began to discuss the one friendship with her former co-host that’s flourished even after her exit from the hit daytime talk show: “[Sunny Houstin] is one of...
    EXCLUSIVE -- Conservative firebrand Meghan McCain doesn’t regret walking away from "The View," or standing up for what she believes in. However, the "Bad Republican" author has one regret that has nothing to do with television, politics or ideology. "I want 30 more children," McCain told Fox News Digital. "I wish I had started having children earlier. The biggest regret of my life is not having children sooner."  MEGHAN MCCAIN IRKS LIBERALS BY APPEARING ON NBC’S ‘MEET THE PRESS’ McCain, who gave birth to her first daughter, Liberty, in 2020, left ABC News’ "The View" earlier this year. She publicly said she wanted to spend more time at home with her family, but behind-the-scenes she admits co-host Joy Behar’s icy on-air declaration that she "didn’t miss" McCain when she went on maternity leave was the last straw for the show’s token conservative to walk away.  "That is the reason I left the show," McCain said of Behar’s infamous jab. "I thought, ‘This s--t isn’t worth it anymore.'"  McCain details her behind-the-scenes drama at the ABC News gabfest in her new memoir,...
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    Meghan McCain 'burst into tears' after co-host Joy Behar said live on air that she didn't miss her when the new mother returned from maternity leave.   'I had been gone for three months and I assumed they had missed me... I was wrong,' McCain says in her upcoming audio memoir Bad Republican.  In January, on her second day back from leave, she was having a squabble with Behar about the state of the Democratic Party. 'To ease the tension, I said: ''Joy, you missed me so much when I was on maternity leave.'' 'I did not,' Joy said. 'I did not miss you. Zero.' McCain said she felt vulnerable after giving birth, because she suffered from post-partum anxiety. 'Joy seemed to smell that vulnerability like a shark smells blood in the water, and she took after it. When we broke for commercial I burst into tears — not just like tearing up — uncontrollable sobbing,' McCain says in her memoir, available on Audible on October 21.  Meghan McCain says in her upcoming memoir that she  'broke into tears' after co-host...
    Just a few months after her much discussed departure from The View, Meghan McCain has no regrets about leaving her life in New York City behind for greener pastures. The self-proclaimed rabble rouser is joining the Daily Mail family as a columnist, and the 36-year-old exclusively sat down with DailyMailTV host Thomas Roberts to talk about what's in store. Meghan says she is looking for three simple things in the next chapter of her career, opportunities that are 'meaningful and impactful and make me happy.'  Making her voice heard: Meghan McCain has no regrets about leaving her life in New York City behind for greener pastures and the self-proclaimed rabble rouser exclusively sat down with DailyMailTV host Thomas Roberts to talk about what's in store McCain's new opinion column with DailyMail.com was announced last week and will provide space for the political commentator and author to lay out her take on the news, no-holds-barred, twice a week.  All too aware that her often fiery POV has gotten her into heated discussions and downright feuds in the past, Meghan revealed that she's made...
    MEGHAN McCain was slammed for saying she'll "never like" Kathy Griffin after the comic revealed her cancer battle and suicide attempt. The View co-host slammed Griffin for making "cruel and homophobic jokes" about Clay Aiken nearly 20 years ago during Monday's episode of the show. 4Meghan McCain was slammed for insulting Kathy Griffin after she revealed she had cancerCredit: Youtube/The View 4Griffin also recently spoke about her addiction and a suicide attemptCredit: Nightline McCain expressed sympathy for Griffin's cancer battle and addiction before launching into the attack. "It's terrible and very scary to be diagnosed with cancer, and it's very tragic to hear of her having an opioid addiction," McCain said. She added that her "heart goes out to her in that way." "My issue with Kathy Griffin is -- I'm gonna name drop -- Clay Aiken is one of my closest friends in the entire world," she said. "He's ostensibly my brother. She made very, very, very cruel and homophobic jokes about him before he was out of the closet." MCCAIN DEMANDS AN APOLOGY McCain went onto allege that...
    “The View” co-host Meghan McCain revealed her secrets for avoiding bad dates in New York and Los Angeles during Friday’s episode. Joy Behar asked McCain about her bad dating experiences before she was married and how she got out of them. McCain joked that it was a “horror show” and said that all she had to do was say that she was a Republican and the men would run away. (RELATED: ‘Don’t Let The Media Gaslight You’: Meghan McCain On Cuba Protests And America’s Symbol Of ‘Democracy And Liberty’) WATCH: “Another horror show. Oh, it’s really easy,” she told Behar. “I dated in New York and L.A., and all I’d have to say is ‘I’m a Republican.'” McCain said she would specify that she loved former President George W. Bush, she’s pro-life and an NRA member. She encouraged her fellow co-hosts to just lie and say they are Republicans in order to avoid dates that they didn’t want to go on. “I love President Bush. I’m pro-life and I’m an NRA member and then they’ll just run right away,”...
    The View co-host Meghan McCain revealed that she texted with Sen. Elizabeth Warren during her pregnancy with daughter Liberty Sage McCain, and that she was worried about being fired from the show as a result of that pregnancy. Sen. Warren was a guest on Tuesday’s edition of the ABC chat show, where she fielded questions about her new book “Persist,” which looks at her 2020 campaign for the presidency. After Sen. Warren spoke about the challenges that she faced years ago — and that women still face — with work and child care, Ms. McCain took the opportunity to thank Warren for being supportive during the pregnancy, and to praise her policy focus on the issue. “I actually, we texted each other when I was pregnant and then after I gave birth, and I was very scared and I was very hormonal, and for some reason, you were a lovely person for me to talk to these feelings about,” McCain revealed, and added that “I actually was scared I was going to get fired for being pregnant.” “And it’s not...
    Meghan McCain has been back to work at The View barely a week since returning from maternity leave and it's already off to a rough start, as the Republican realizes she 'doesn't have the job security that she once did,' sources exclusively claimed to DailyMail.com. The talk show's resident conservative returned to work on Monday after giving birth to her first child, daughter Liberty Sage, in September and being hospitalized with eclampsia. But the time away didn't do much to cool the prior tension she had with co-hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, getting into a heated spat with Behar on Tuesday. The 36-year-old interrupted Behar while she was explaining why the Republican party was facing trouble following the 2020 election, ending with Behar, 78, telling McCain point blank that she did not miss her while she was on maternity leave. The next day, the antics continued when McCain kept pressing Georgia Senator-elect Raphael Warnock on a question, leading Goldberg to snap 'hey listen' at her, before tossing to commercial. The incident had McCain rattled for a good portion of...
    Pregnant Meghan McCain isn’t ready to share photos of her baby bump or details about her pregnancy quite yet. “The View” co-host opened up about her decision to stay private about her journey in a candid post on her Instagram Story over the weekend. "I'm sorry I'm still not sharing pics of my baby bump — there are a lot of cruel things written about me in the press on an almost constant/daily basis,” McCain, 35, began. MEGHAN MCCAIN CALLS OUT 'THE VIEW' FOR SLIGHTING REPUBLICANS IN OPENING She continued: “Normally I just let it go because it comes with the territory of being an outspoken conservative woman on TV — but I've felt intensely protective and private over this time in my life and the privacy of my child. "I hope all the wonderful people who are so supportive and kind understand!" McCain concluded. “The View” co-host later shared a small detail about her life with her husband, Ben Domenech, as they prepare for the arrival of their baby. MEGHAN MCCAIN ANNOUNCES SHE'S PREGNANT, SAYS SHE'LL APPEAR ON 'THE...
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